Tuesday, September 08, 2009

 

Auden’s “September 1, 1939”
70 years later

Auden on David Jones’ Anathemata

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Barbara Jane Reyes on
Raúl R. Salinas

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Pierre Joris,
promoting Diasporic Avant-Gardes
edited by Carrie Noland & Barrett Watten

With a 20% discount offer
(an $18 savings!)

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Fernando Perez
on poetry vs. baseball

But can he hit a curveball?

Perez’ career stats

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Please don’t apologize for pissing me off”

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For Harry Potter with gratitude.
Truman Capote January 1978”

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P. Inman,
talking at the Other Room

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John Yau on Michael Gizzi

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T’he American Avant-Pastoral:
Ezra Pound, Louis Zukofsky, Ronald Johnson

Joshua Corey’s PhD dissertation, downloadable

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Jameson’s Atwood

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Pierre Joris’ recording
of KRCB’s David Bromige tribute

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LaChiPo” – a listserv
for Latino/Chicano poetics

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Poems from Uche Nduka

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Palindrome poems

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Bookishly appy with your iPhone

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The 10 most-pirated e-books

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Bed bugs in your review copy?

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Book Cell

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A gallery of images of
Eliot the editor

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Joyce Johnson’s Door Wide Open

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Eileen Myles on Can Xue:
needing to go wild to survive

Myles on poetry, madness
& Jimmy Schuyler

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Orhan Pamuk’s “Distant Relations”

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Naked Girls Reading

The naked book club

An article thereon

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Is a return to prudery in the offing

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Judd Morrissey’s
The Last Performance

Project information

Goat Island Performance

Morrissey’s website

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LitFUSE 2009:
a poetry festival near Yakima, WA
with George Bowering, Carolyne Wright, Charlie Potts
& much more

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Vispo on the road

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Advancing Feminist Poetics & Activism:
September 24 & 25 @ CUNY

The participants
(a stunningly all-star cast)

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Nada Gordon’s Interests

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Antique Roadshow” for books

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The half-read book

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How to prune your book collection

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Jane Satterfield back in the UK

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Michael Palmer:
“We must count in Babylon”

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Eliot Weinberger, modernist

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Rachel Loden’s Dick of the Dead

Rachel Loden & Kevin Prufer

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Allen Ginsberg’s Ted Kennedy

Joyce Carol Oates on Teddy

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Phillysound focuses on Garrett Caples

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September 18 in Lawrence, KS,
Stacy Szymaszek & Megan Kaminski
at the Wonder Fair

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Gertrude Stein’s
Tender Buttons
& Three Lives
online

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Who killed the bookstore in Salisbury, UK?
Oxfam!

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A map of indie bookstores
in the Bay Area

In list format

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Michael Theune reignites the poetry wars
using the old sucker punch
of denying any SoQ/post-avant split
to then attack the post-avant

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Dean Young
on the Tony Hoagland-effect

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Translating quietist poetry into Arabic

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Ange Mlinko:
“The flexibility of language is its greatest asset”

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Jerome Rothenberg:
a return to the book

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“When I see books
I see an outdated technology

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A site just for library book sales

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MFA poems with barcode traces?

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How not to sell your novel

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Introducing Botsotso

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Michel Foucault’s
Speaking and Seeing in Raymond Roussel
(reg. req.)

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Economy & the haiku

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Poetry & Self-Exile
(reg. req.)

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September 12 in Baltimore:
Doug Lang & Tina Darragh

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Lorine Niedecker in Brazil

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Meaning & the modern

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Michael Greenberg’s short essays

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Little Fibonacci poems

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Nick Cave:
The Death of Bunny Munro

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The other Munro
removes book from Giller competition

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Awards, literary & otherwise

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Hugo Ball & language poetry

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Charles Bernstein talking with Ken Jacobs

The Day the Moon Gave Up the Ghost

Painted Air:
The Joys and Sorrows of Evanescent Cinema”

Jacobs reading “Painted Air”

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Remembering The Holy Barbarians

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James Finnegan’s
Ars Poetica Library 2009

By way of explanation

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Google offers 1,000,000 ebooks

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Shakespeare’s Sonnet XXX

Waiting for William

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Close-reading of non-existing texts

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Charles Alexander:
The book stops here

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Jeanie Thompson’s
The Seasons Bear Us

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Talking with Dick Jones

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A blog on the WPA Writers Project

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Wanting to be the Christo & Jeanne-Claude
of the written word
(Isn’t that what Kenny G does?)

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Gloompot in Algiers

Talking with Paul Bowles, 1952

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A novel about poetry
“that’s actually about poetry”

Inside Nicholson Baker
you’ll find Nicholson Baker

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Can there be a “national literature”?

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Kooks & poets

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Discursive rules of the underworld

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Another WWI poet goes online

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Patricia Smith’s “Ethel’s Sestina”

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Fred & Susan Chappell reading

Fred Chappell’s “nested” poetry

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Doctorow’s pack rats

The collectors

blindness and insight

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Fat Ulu & Kumu Kahua’s
The Statehood Project

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Paul Siegell’s jambandbootleg

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Reconstructing Carver

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A Swiss army knife of contemporary fiction

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Arts offer an easy target
as states cut budgets

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Barry Schwabsky on Dan Graham

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Store,
by Kate Watson-Wallace/anonymous bodies

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The Plum Academy:
An Institute for Situated Practices

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John Clare:
identity theft in Union, NJ

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Must we vote for poets?

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Wendell Berry
& “The Peace of Wild Things”

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New star writer at
the House of Mouse

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The camera arts & Hollis Frampton

Frampton’s films on Ubuweb

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What’s not inside
Warhol’s time capsules?

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The appropriation show

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The curious success of
Simon Crump’s Neverland

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Motivations for creating derivative works

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Salinger “sequel” sucks,
says the judge

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Bedri Baykam
at Alphonse Berber Gallery

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Annie Leibovitz’ $24M debt
is due today

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Robert Frank’s “elevator girl” comes forward

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A Guy Webster retrospective

A gallery of his work

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Fighting over Frida

A gallery of attributed works

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Saving modernist architecture,
one house at a time

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Lola Schnabel’s gypsy jamboree

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Postmodern Bach

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The Gonzales Cantata

The trailer

Rachel Maddow, music critic

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Fred Frith:
The acoustic occupation of space

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Analyze you, categorize you

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Literate rockers

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Putting Yeats to music

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Joe Maneri has died

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Talking with Quentin Tarantino

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Top ten books about Lenin

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In a Materialist Way
Pierre Macherey’s selected essays
(reg. req.)

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Ray Brassier:
Alien Theory:
The Decline of Materialism
in the Name of Matter
(reg. req.)

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Corporate bulimia on Wall Street

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CLR James & African-American Liberation

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UC Faculty walkout – September 24

AAUP endorses walkout

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